Sparkling Pointe in Southold is, as you'd expect, devoted to sparkling wines. It's the lone winery on Long Island concentrating primarily on bubbles.
Cost: $75 per person, plus tax and tip. Dinner starts at 7 p.m.
Chefs Erik Orlowski and John Urbinati plan to start the meal at the restaurant with "a trio" of East Coast oysters on the half-shell, baked with saffron and housemade pancetta.
They'll follow with spiced, honey-glazed Berkshire pork belly with wild mushroom-and-lentil ragout; pan-seared Atlantic halibut with sauteed Yukon Gold potato pancake and a salad of tatsoi, jalapeno and red onion; and a dark-chocolate fondue.
Winemaker Gilles Martin's accompaniments will include Sparkling Pointe's 2006 Blanc de Blancs, Topaz Imperial, 2007 Brut, and Cuvee Carnaval.
The Fifth Season, 34 East Broadway, Port Jefferson; 631-477-8500.
The vineyard at Sparkling Pointe.